Like the title says... I find her on the floor under the roost when I put the girls to bed, so I set her on the lowest roost, which is about 2' high. In the morning she can't/won't get down, I discovered that when I found her still there at 4pm the other day. She was mighty hungry and thirsty! Her toenails are looong, I've started trimming them but they're still not where they should be. She's a new bird to the flock, definitely low man on the totem pole, she's one of 4 that I recently integrated in. Should I try to make her a place where she won't be pooped on or just keep putting her on and off? Is it because of her feet? She's not blind, eats well. Thanks in advance for words of wisdom.